2 types of rooms: with and wihout private bathroom.
We booked the one with private bathroom. The room was clean except for some ants discovered in the bathroom. The bed is a double size flop bed attached to the wall, but is comfortable. The breakfast was simple. they provide toasts, boiled eggs, coffee, milk, cereals and a croissant limited to one person each.
Traveller from Montreal,QC
Located in Latin Quarter, this guesthouse is within a 10-minute walk of Rue St-Denis and University of Quebec-Montreal. Notre …More
We were very happy with The Loft. It was our first hotel we stayed at in our trip to Montreal and we loved it. The room was beautiful and HUGE for what you pay for. Very clean and the receptionists were very very friendly and nice.
I'd highly recommend this hotel to my friends and family, it was only a 5-10 min drive to downtown Montreal and we loved it !!
Traveller from vancouver
Located in Latin Quarter, this boutique hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Rue St-Denis and University of Quebec-Montreal …More
This hotel is a bit quirky but with some good points. Great spot for exploring Montreal centre. Staff very good. Breakfasts arrive in a basket outside your room; but you can eat in a communal area with extra food and drink, plus a microwave. No problem parking, and a reasonable price.
We booked two rooms, one Superior (acceptable) and one Budget (awful). The design was very poor: hanging space for clothes was a dress rail; the TV could not be viewed (without a crick in your neck) unless you were sitting on the toilet. The room was tiny, we were edging past each other; it was easier for one person to be on the bed while the other moved around. The bathroom, although very compact, was in fact immaculate with a good shower.
Would have been fine for one night, but for 4 nights (which we had booked) it was trying.
Traveller from Bristol, UK
Located in Gay Village, this eco-friendly hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Rue St-Denis, Notre Dame Basilica, and University of …More
Pocket Guide: Saint Denis Street Latin Quarter Hotels
The Latin Quarter, an area bordering the University of Quebec and lower St-Denis Street, holds a youthful feel with students filling the area and is packed full of theatres, boutiques, cafés, and restaurants. Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, designed by artist and architect Napoléon Bourassa, sits on Ste-Catherine Street.